North Hennepin Community College Presents ‘Dracula’ on Stage
North Hennepin Community College students are back on stage for the first time in two years with a production of “Dracula.”
“Dracula” is a fast-moving production inspired by the classic novel. The cast and crew believe the quintessential vampire story isn’t just a work of horror. They also believe the show’s themes are relevant today.
“There’s part of me that hopes we feel uplifted from this production but there’s also part of me that wants you to be freaked out,” said writer and director Soren Olsen.
The entire production is made up of 10 people. Performances are Oct. 27-30 at 7:30 p.m. at North Hennepin Community College.
Admission is free but seats need to be reserved. All audience members are required to wear at mask.